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The daily news. (Batavia, N.Y.) 1881-current, March 16, 1965, Image 3

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/ * t ^ ' Urban Agency Employing Area Abstract Company The Urban Renewal Agency Monday approved'contracts for the preparation of abstracts and the issuance.of title insurance policies for parcels of property purchased by the agency in the Court St. Urban Renewal pro­ ject. ^ The agency authorized the chairman, Police Atty. Frank A. Corti, to. execute a contract for th e preparation . of *■ title ab­ stracts with the Genesee Coun­ try Abstract. Co. of 10 Jackson St., the only, area firm dealing in this rtype of’ service. The chairman ,was also authorized to execute the contract for title insurance with the Abstract Ti­ tle Division of. the Title Guar­ antee CO. of Buffalo. Completion of the, contracts with the two firms is a measure to eliminate a possible source of delay in the closing of ,the purchasing of the .various p a r ­ cels in the renewal area. The preparation of the abstracts and the issuance of the title policies should not take over 60 days under \the contracts; ac­ cording to Stephen B. Hughes, renewal ■gency! a counsel. Courts Defined Mr. Hughes said the contract with the Genesee firm provides for complete abstracting serv­ ices with, each abstract .to be •prepared in approximately 30 days. The cost for each original abstract will be $75. A charge of $20 would be made for the re­ certification of existing ab­ stracts. The title insurance contract w a s reportedly the resu lt of considerable negotiation. Mi*. Hughes reported obtaining a sin­ gle policy to cover all of the properties, instead of individual policies for each,' would per­ mit a sizable savings in the premiums to be paid. The minimum premium for each policy issued for property valued at less than. $5,000 would be $71:40, With $4.08 for each $1,000 between $5,000 and $15,- 000; $2.55 p e r $1,000 between $15,000 and $100,000* $2.04 per $1,000 from $100,000 to $500,000; and $1.84 per $1,000'from $500,- 000 to'$1,000,000, A-fee of $25 will be charged for-each parcel added to each policy. ftie title insurance contract calls for the issuance of a title report within 30 days of the re­ ceipt of the abstract. Mr Hughes said he felt the two firms would work together to complete the title and,abstract work within 60 days for each parcel. Urban Renewal Director Wal­ ter D. Webdale was authorized to file the necessary applica- cation for state financial as­ sistance in the project. The state funds provide Vs of the total project Cost, or $261,467. The agency also authorized the paym e n t by the agency of 5 per cent of employes contri­ butions to the state retirement fund. This is a program similar to that followed by the city with city employes. SCO T T S V ILLE ANTIQUE SHOW SET APRIL 1, 2 The Women’s Association of the Union Presbyterian Church Scottsville will sponsor the Eleventh Annual Antique Show and Sale on Thursday and Fri­ day, April 1 .and 2. Mrs. Sigurd Swanson and Mrs. H enry Thom sen a r e cochair­ men of the' show. They are being assisted by Mrs. A. Burr Craft, Mrs. Herbert Carlberg, Mrs. Donald Tubman, Mrs. Victor DiStefano and Mrs. Robert Han- er, Several of the 18 dealers are new this year. They will have a larg e assortm e n t of item s on display and for sale. These will include art and cut glass Steuben glass, china, iron, anti­ que jewelry, silver, primitives, ironstone, dolls, furniture, docu­ ments and books. In addition a number of very fine primi­ tives and . paintings by Ameri­ can artists will* be featured. In­ cluded in this will be two oil paintings by Carl Gruppe. A hanging cast iron cradle will also be on display. New this year will be a buf­ fet served' from 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. Snacks will be available all day. Hours of the show will be 10:30 a. m. to 10 p. m. \ The Home of Better Meats\ , We carry all top quality meats, groceries and frozen foods F o r a n y special cut of meat, Ham, Porkr Lamb, Beef — Call in advance and you ]W f| j will have THE BEST. \2$ Years of Meat Cutting Experience\ oakst. Reinhardts Market Open Evenings, Sundays, Holidays Delivery Service Once Daily Phone 343-7127 Alfred Tech Names Student As Choir Head A Batavia student has been elected president of the Con­ cert Choir at the State Univer­ sity A g ricultural and Technical College at Alfred. . He is John A. Bird, son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bird, 18 F a rw e ll D r. B ird w as selected by the members of the choir and will serve as president during the 1965-66 academic year. A 1964 graduate of Bavia High School, John is a Freshman ma­ jor in business m a n a g e m e n t at Alfred Tech where he was named to the first quarter dean's list. The Coneeirt Choir, consisting of 85 students from some 70 communities of Western New York, is a m a jo r activity on the Alfred Tech campus. Each year the choir tours the junior and senior high schools in the area, often giving as m a n y as 50 concerts. Director of the choir is Anth­ ony C. Cappadonia, associate professor of music at the col­ lege. Class Hears Mission Needs Deeds and problems of church missionary projects in Africa, South America, India and Alas­ ka were described by LaVerne Putney at a First Methodist Olmstead Class meeting at the church. Mrs. Ruth Berry led devotions using a reading, “Determined to Live.0 Mr. and Mrs. Prank Daily entertained with Gospel songs. Mrs. Harriet Speiyielow was program chairman. A tureen supper was served to 25 members by Mr. and Mrs. William Harloff, Mr. and Mrs. Cordia Johnson, Mrs. Carrie Vincent anid Mrs. Newman Hawks. The next regular tu reen supper will be April 8. A r t i s t s S e t Guest Display Wheatland! Art Club members will be guest exhibitors of the Chili Art Group’s fourth annual art exhibit and sale. The event will take place at the Chili Town Hall, 3235 Chili Ave., Sat­ urday and Sunday, March 27 and 28. The Wheatland Art Club meets each Thursday evening at the club house in Mumford near the Post Office. Visitors are wel­ come to observe the work being done. Free instructions are available. The club has chang­ ing exhibits of members’ work at Le Roy Country Club; Red Osier Restaurant, Springbrook Inn and Avon Inn. H a r v e s t a C r o p o f F i n a n c i a l S e c u r i t y - A Y e a r P a id and C o m p o u n d e d 4 T i m e s Y o u W i l l B e D e l i g h t e d t o S e e H o w Y o u r M o n e y ’s E x t r a E a r n i n g P o w e r B o o s t s t h e T o t a l I n Y o u r S a v i n g s B o o k . Saving Accounts Insured Up to $19/000 ,. By Federal Savings & Loan Insurants Corporation , t . A n d L o a n A s s o c i a t i o n 1 1 2 M a i n S t . B a t a v i a , I V ¥ . F I 3 - 7 1 1 7 Several Thousand to Attend \Wide World of Scouting\ <$THE BATAVIA DAILY NEWS -2 Tuesday, March 16, 1965 Several, thousand visitors are expected for the annual Scout­ ing in Action Show Saturday, March 27, at the Batavia Senior High School. The Tahkodah Dist. presentation will have the “Wide World of Scouting” as the theme and will be open from noon to 9 p. m. Highlighting the program will be 25 exhibits by 15 Scout troops, nine Cub packs and an E x p lorer P o s t. There will be 11 troops and packs taking part in'the Little Theater presenta­ tions. Donald A. Stevens, general chairman, reported all details will be worked out during the coming week for one o'f the big­ gest Scouting in Action Shows ever presented by the Genesee Dist. Exhibits will cover a wide field including tin can cookery, surveying, camp mak­ ing, handicraft, archery, Morse Code and model aviation. Post 65, Alexander, will have an ex­ hibit on the “Dangers of Cig* aret Smoking.” The Little Theater program will be continuous with a min­ strel show being presented by Pack 15, Stafford, at 2:30 and 3:30 p. m. Other subjects will include a fashion show, Indian dancing, glee club, skits and band music. One of the agencies in the Genesee United Fund, the Boy Scouts in the Tahkodah Dist., numbering 1,743, look forward to the annual show when they can publicly display exhibits showing activities carried on throughout the year. The Ba­ tavia Senior High makes an ideal location for the program as a large area is required by the hundreds of boys who take active p a r t, Mr. Stevens said. Doors will open promptly at noon and there will be plenty of free parking in the area, he added. Check Label On Lawn Seed Before Buying With the lawn and Spring plantiiig season rapidly ap­ proaching, the US Department of Agriculture again offers a word of caution in buying seed— be sure you read the label care­ fully. It either tells the truth, or violates the Federal Seed Act. Mislabelling of seed has now become the exception rather than the rule, thanks to the ef­ forts of USDA's Consumer and Marketing Service and State of­ ficials, who are constantly alert for posible violations of the Act. Since the Federal Seed Act was passed in 1939, the number of cases of falsely labelled seed has dropped sharply. Both farmers and gardeners a r e advised to check labelling for kind of seed, germination rate, purity, origin of sender, and percentage of weed seeds present. Remember, when buying seeds, a bargain may not al­ ways be all the price tag sug­ gests. Check the label to be sure you’re getting what you're looking for. City Student Gains Honor At Buffalo U‘ Stuart B. Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Copoulos of 45 Vernon Ave., has been named to the President’s Acade­ mic Honor Roll at State Univer­ sity of New Y o rk at Buffalo! for outstanding achievement during the first semester. M r. Katz, a Senior, is a grad­ uate of Batavia High School. To be cited as an honor student, a minimum average of 2.8 must be achieved on the 3.0 system. SLIDES OF AREA W ILL BE SHOW N Dr. Wilson Swasey will show slides from his collection of pic­ tures of Batavia and Genesee County to the Landmark Society of Genesee County on March 25 at 8 p. m. at the YMCA. The Public is invited. Leave Bail David H. 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